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Sunday, 25 January 2009
Australian and New Zealand Mounted Division, Anzac MD, Roll of Honour
Topic: AIF - DMC - Anzac MD

Anzac MD, AIF

Australian and New Zealand Mounted Division

Roll of Honour

Australian and New Zealand Forces


Poppies on the Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial, Canberra

 

The Roll of Honour contains the names of all the men from Australia and New Zealand who are known to have served at one time with the Australian and New Zealand Mounted Division and gave their lives in service of this Division, either Dying of Wounds or Killed in Action as a result of their involvement in combat.

 

Roll of Honour

 

Leslie John ABBERTON, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 30 November 1917.

Gordon (Clarence Gordon) ABERCROMBIE, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Rupert Clarence ACKLAND, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 10 January 1917.

Benjamin David ALEXANDER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Cecil Howarth Malbon ALLISON, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 9 December 1917.

Stanley Gordon ANDREWS, 10th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 10 August 1916.

Alfred James ANGRAVE, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 3 June 1916.

Matthew ANGUS, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Frank ANSELL, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Arthur Henry ANTHONY, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Lindsay Lee ARCHIBALD, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 11 April 1918.

Clive ARTHUR, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 24 November 1917.

Sidney Charles ASHTON, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Victor Wadsworth ASHWORTH, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 7 November 1917.

Bertie Edwin ATKINSON, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 8 November 1917.

James Hamilton AYLIFFE, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 7 November 1917.

 

Ivanhoe Edward BAIGENT, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 14 November 1917.

Roy BAILEY, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Ernest John BAKER, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 29 March 1918.

Edwin BALDWIN, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Reginald Michael BANNON, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 27 October 1917.

David J. BARCLAY, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Alfred Henry BARKER, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 November 1917.

John Percy BARNES, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Percival Gilbert BARROW, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 8 November 1917.

Henry Dundas BASHFIELD, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 24 April 1917.

Arthur Lake BATCHELOR, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 27 November 1917.

Eric Charles BATTYE, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 16 July 1918.

Edward Maddern BAWDEN, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Murray Charles BAX, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 10 January 1917.

Albert BAXTER, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 16 May 1917.

Kenneth Anderson BAYNE, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Drowned, 25 November 1916.

Carl BECK, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Thomas BEDELPH, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 5 December 1917.

William Joseph BEER, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 September 1918.

Henry BELL, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 6 August 1916.

Herbert Alexander BELL, 10th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

William John BELL, 1st Light Horse Field Ambulance, Died of Wounds, 25 May 1918.

Christie Archibald BENHAM, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Charles Pryor BENNETT, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

William John BENNETT, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 7 August 1916.

Henry BENSON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 31 March 1918.

Stanley BERRYMAN, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Owen Ernest Hugh BINGHAM, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Arthur BIRNIE, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 14 November 1917.

Claude William BISHOP, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 20 February 1918.

Colin BLACK, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 18 November 1917.

Reginald BLACK, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 17 August 1917.

William Eric BLACKSHAW, 2nd Light Horse Brigade Train, Killed in Action, 8 November 1917.

Cyril BLAKENEY , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Thomas Daniel BLAND, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 May 1917.

Thomas Harold BLOMLEY, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 6 November 1917.

Cecil BLONG, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Raymond John BLOODWORTH, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 29 November 1917.

Walter John James BLOOMFIELD, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Mervyn Stafford BLYTH, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

John Withell BOAG, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 2 May 1918.

Keith BOLES, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 16 October 1918.

Allen Christopher BOLT, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Errol Roland BOUGHTON, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

John Richard BOUNDEY, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Henry Allan BOWRON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Henry Allan BOWRON , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Stanley Ernest BOWYER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Edward BOYLE, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

John James BOYLE, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 12 January 1917.

Alexander BRADSHAW, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

William Gilbert Booth BREMNER, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 20 July 1917.

William Keating BRENNAN, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 20 April 1917.

Louis Shannon BROOK, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 September 1918.

Allan BROWN, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 20 July 1919.

Ernest Victor BROWN, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 25 July 1917.

Frederick BROWN, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

Frederick James George BROWN, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 17 September 1916.

Hugh Charters BROWN, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 2 November 1917.

Roy William BROWN, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

William John BROWN, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

James BROWNE, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Thomas McDonald BROWNE, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 20 April 1917.

Anthony Eugene BROWNLIE, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Charles John BRUCE, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

John McQueen BRUCE, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 31 March 1918.

Robert Alexander BRUCE, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

William Ridd BRYCE, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 4 December 1917.

Reginald John BUCKLAND, 1st Light Horse Field Ambulance, Died of Wounds, 9 August 1916.

Francis Tresilian BULL, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 7 May 1918.

William Edward Harold BUNKUM, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Frederick BURGESS, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 20 April 1918.

William Henry BURLACE, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

Frederick George BURNS, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

Harold Alfred BURRILL, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Reginald Hadderton BURROW, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 31 October 1917.

Percy BUTCHER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 23 December 1916.

Henry Edward BUTLER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 January 1917.

 

Kenneth CALDWELL, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 1 April 1918.

Thomas CALLAGHAN, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Clifford CAMERON, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Harry Westropp CAMERON, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 July 1918.

Colin Andrew CAMPBELL, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 25 September 1918.

Douglas Dunmore CAMPBELL, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

John CAMPBELL, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 11 January 1917.

John Thomas CAMPBELL, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 November 1917.

Norman Harold CAMPBELL, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Stanley John CAMPBELL, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

William Alexander CAMPBELL, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 1 April 1918.

William McLellan CAMPBELL, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

John Joseph CARR, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Owen CARR, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Alfred Chilton CARTER, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Thomas James CASKEY, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 24 December 1916.

Thomas James CASKEY , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 24 December 1916.

Thomas CAULFIELD, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 16 November 1917.

Wilfred Mason CHAILLE, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Norman Allen CHALLIS, 1st Light Horse Field Ambulance, Killed in Action, 1 November 1917.

Arthur Frank CHAMBERS, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 20 April 1917.

Arthur Lovelock CHAMBERS, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 August 1916.

James Artemus CHAMBERS, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 16 July 1918.

Philip Champion CHAMPION DeCRESPIGNY, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Alfred CHAPMAN, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 November 1917.

Raymond William CHAPPELL, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 13 July 1918.

Albert Arthur CHARD, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 December 1917.

Eric CHENEY, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

George CHENHALL, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 10 June 1916.

Victor CHOWEN, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Henry Joseph CHRISTIE, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 29 November 1917.

Jack CLARK, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Henry Wilfred CLARKE, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Drowned, 19 December 1918.

Montagu CLAYTON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 5 November 1917.

Conyers CLIFFORD, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

Frank Railton CLINCH, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

William Leonard CLYNE, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 10 August 1916.

William Henry COATES, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 22 July 1917.

Sidney Harold COLEMAN, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 29 November 1917.

Percy Phillip COLLETT, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 11 April 1918.

Frederick James COLLINS, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 27 March 1918.

George COLLINS, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 12 August 1916.

Joseph Daniel COLLINS, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 14 November 1917.

Percival Robert John COLLINS, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

William CONEY, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Arthur Clarence COOK, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

William James COOK, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 13 August 1917.

Allan James COOKE, 10th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 August 1916.

Rudolph Grattan COOKE, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Rudolph Grattan COOKE , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Robert COOPER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 27 March 1918.

Lloyd Alexander CORLISS, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 17 November 1917.

Maxwell CORNER, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 8 April 1917.

James Grieve CORNFOOT, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 23 November 1917.

George Frederick CORNICK, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Arthur Ernest COTTON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 20 February 1918.

Claude Eric COUPER, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Walter Herbert COURTMAN, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 August 1916.

Edward COUTTS, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

John COWIE, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Errol Claude COWLEY, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Albert Victor COX, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 December 1917.

James Paul Gee COX, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 September 1918.

Maurice James CRANSTON, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 25 November 1917.

Albert John CROSS, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Cecil Hervey CROWE , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

John Francis CROZIER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 11 January 1917.

Richard Walter CROZIER, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Robert James CROZIER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 11 April 1918.

Alan Moore CUMBERWORTH, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Geoffrey Ivan CUMMINGS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 11 April 1918.

George CUMMINS, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 7 November 1917.

John CUNNINGHAM, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 9 January 1917.

Thomas Andrew CUNNINGHAM, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Douglas CURRAN, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 20 April 1918.

Francis Patrick CURRAN, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Archibald CURRIE, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 25 September 1918.

Michael Joseph CURTIS, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 9 January 1917.

 

Thomas DALE, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Charles Henry DANIEL, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Walter Edmund DANIEL, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 11 April 1918.

William Charles DAULTON, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 23 December 1916.

Albert Alfred DAVIES, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 25 April 1917.

William John DAVIES, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 22 December 1917.

Dennett DAVIS, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Edward DAVIS, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 November 1917.

George (George Harcus) DAVIS , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Albert Edward DAWSON, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 4 November 1917.

Erskine William Douglas Hamilton DAWSON, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 6 November 1917.

John William DAWSON, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 January 1917.

Robert Raymond DAWSON, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Arthur Campbell DAY, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 29 September 1916.

John Herbert DEARMAN, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 31 October 1917.

Albert Hellmuth DeBERG, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Frederick DENNIS, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Eric Fanc DeSALIS, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 November 1917.

David DEVON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 27 November 1917.

Francis Joseph DeWARREN, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Norman DIGBY, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 6 August 1916.

Thomas Stevenson DINSDALE, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 November 1917.

Andrew James DOHERTY, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 28 September 1918.

William DONELLAN, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

George Finley DONNISON, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 30 March 1918.

Archibald Hugh DOUGLAS, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Herbert DOUGLAS, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 10 November 1917.

Eric Sheen DOWLING, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 18 November 1917.

Edgar Gordon DOWN, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

James DOWNIE, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 1 May 1918.

Henry Cecil DRADER, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

Halven Roy DRADY, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

John DRANEY, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Arthur William DRINKWATER, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

John Irving DUDLEY, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 November 1917.

John DUELL, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 6 August 1916.

Archibald Stewart DUNCAN, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 11 December 1917.

George DUNCAN, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Roy Herbert DUNHAM, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 16 July 1918.

Samuel James DUNKINSON, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

John Alexander DUNLOP, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 28 November 1917.

Offord William DUPREZ, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 20 September 1916.

George Thomas DURHAM, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Thomas Bags DYKE, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

 

Leonard Ridgeway EASTHER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Frederick George EATON, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Albert George EDMONDS, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

William James Munro EDWARDS, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

James Alexander ELLIOTT, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 10 August 1916.

William ELLIOTT, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 17 July 1918.

William Ewen Robert ELLIOTT, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Jack ELLIS, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 3 May 1918.

John Martin ELLIS, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Ewen ELMSLIE, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 13 January 1917.

Claude ELTON, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 29 March 1918.

Arthur EMERY, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Ernest Edwin ENSOR, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 20 April 1918.

Hans Christian ERICKSEN, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 22 November 1917.

 

Arthur Clyde FAINT, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 4 November 1917.

James Greer Gould FAIRBAIRN, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 December 1917.

Arthur Wallace Kemmis FARQUHAR, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 26 June 1918.

James Hardy FAZIO, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 7 May 1918.

William Hewitt FELL, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 4 May 1918.

William Martin FENDER, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 19 April 1917.

Donald James (Donald James Alexander) FERGUSON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 19 July 1917.

Owen Ernest Oscar FERRIS , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Gordon Silas FIDLER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 19 August 1916.

Lindsay McRae FIELD, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Percy Walter FINNIS, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Ernest James FIRTH, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

Charles Henry FISHER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 January 1917.

Charles Randal (Chas Randal) FITTON, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 2 April 1918.

Arthur Richard FITZHERBERT, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 27 March 1917.

Gilbert Sutherland FLAVALL, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 1 April 1918.

Alexander William FLETCHER, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 December 1917.

Thomas Henry FLETCHER, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 25 September 1918.

Jack FOGWELL, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 3 November 1917.

William Henry FOOTE, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 11 April 1918.

George Samuel FOSKETT, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 20 June 1918.

Arthur Isaac FOSTER, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 12 August 1918.

Peter Karin FOSTER, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Robert James FOSTER, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 6 November 1917.

William George FOX, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 11 November 1917.

Gerald FRANCIS, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 22 September 1918.

Roderick FRASER, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Horace Ernest FRAZER, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 7 August 1916.

Frank William FREESTONE, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 10 November 1917.

Wilfred FRENCH, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 1 June 1916.

James Malcolm FROST, 10th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

 

Stewart Courtney GADEN, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 6 August 1916.

Joseph GAHAN, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 26 March 1917.

Frederick Russell GALBRAITH, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

Lawrence Martin GALLAGHER, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

John Bennett GALLIGAN, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 26 March 1917.

Reginald Ewart GAMLIN, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Charles GARDNER, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 22 September 1918.

John William GARIN, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Edward GARLAND, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 24 December 1916.

Edward GARLAND , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 24 December 1916.

Frederick Charles GATES, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

George Campbell GEAR, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 29 March 1918.

James Robinson GEDDES, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Roy GEORGE, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 8 November 1917.

Robert James GIBB, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Leslie Walter GIBBS, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Samuel Gilbert GIBBS, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 21 July 1916.

Alexander GIBSON, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

William Butson GIBSON, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

William Wright GIBSON, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 2 December 1917.

Joseph George Lodwick GILBERT, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 12 November 1917.

Angus GILLIES, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

William GILLOTT, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 22 November 1917.

William GIRTON, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 November 1917.

Bartholomew James GOGGINS, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 August 1916.

William David GOLD, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 14 August 1917.

Alexander Harold GOOD , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 7 August 1916.

Frank (F on CWGC) GOODRICK , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Thomas Rankin GORDON, 1st Light Horse Field Ambulance, Died of Wounds, 16 November 1917.

Hugh William GRAHAM, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

John Fairly GRAHAM, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 10 January 1917.

Ralph GRAHAM, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Richard GRAHAM, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Thomas GRAHAM, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 November 1917.

Thomas Robert GRAHAM, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

William James GRAHAM, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Frederick Wallace GRAN, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Ernest GRANT, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 1 April 1918.

Samuel GRAY, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 16 November 1917.

William Moody GRAY , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Lewis John GREAY, 10th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 16 September 1916.

Harry GREEN, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 November 1917.

Thaddeus Victor GREEN, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 17 November 1917.

Uma Athol GREEN, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 14 November 1917.

Leonard John GREENSLADE, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 5 November 1917.

Vernon Cameron GREGORY, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Charles James GRIEVE, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 16 July 1918.

Frederick Alexander GUTHRIE, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

Claude GUYER, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 4 November 1917.

 

Thomas William HAGLEY, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 20 April 1918.

Abraham HALL, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 1 April 1918.

Francis Patrick HALL, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 27 March 1918.

Walter HAMILTON, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 13 July 1918.

Herbert Harold HAMMOND , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

David HANDISIDES, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 20 January 1917.

William John HANDLEY, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 16 July 1918.

Thomas Anthony HANLEY, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 1 April 1918.

Norman HANSLOW, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 22 April 1917.

Maurice Alfred HARDING, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Karl Fletcher HARGRAVE, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Eric Tristram HARPER, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 April 1918.

Gordon Gerald HARPER , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 12 August 1916.

Ernest Jonathan HARRIS, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

William Thomas HARRIS, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Thomas McNair HARVEY, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 16 May 1917.

David HASLETT, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 5 November 1917.

Hugh Gordon HASWELL, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Richard John HAWKEY, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 27 March 1918.

William Henry HAWKINS, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

John HAYNES, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 22 May 1918.

Henry HEATH, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Weldon Arkell HEBBERD, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 7 June 1917.

William Bloomfield HELMS, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 12 August 1916.

Athol Osbert HENDERSON, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 26 August 1916.

Arthur Francis HENNESSEY, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 3 October 1918.

Frank William HENSON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Arthur Desmond HERRICK, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Rex Edward Steven HEUSTON, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 7 November 1917.

Mervyn Bournes HIGGINS, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Thomas William HILDEBRAND, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Townsend McGregor HILL, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 15 July 1918.

Heber Basil (Herbert Basil) HINSON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 30 March 1918.

Clifton Henry James HOAD, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 November 1917.

Richard HOBLEY, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Harold Michael HOGAN, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Thomas Roydon HOGARTH, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 November 1917.

Henry Albert HOLDGATE, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 10 November 1917.

Charles HOLLEDGE, 2nd Light Horse Field Ambulance, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Charles HOLLIS, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Walter HOLYOAKE, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Edmund John HOWARD, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Alan HOWARTH, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 25 May 1918.

Royden Clifford HUBAND, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 20 February 1918.

John Robert HUESTON, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Charles Frank HUGGINS, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 4 May 1918.

Charles HUGHES, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 19 April 1917.

James HUGHES, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 10 August 1916.

Allan Stokeham HUTHWAITE, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 5 November 1917.

 

Fergus Stanley IBBOTT, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 6 August 1916.

Victor Carlton IRISH, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

William Howe IRVING, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 6 November 1917.

 

Francis Herbert JACKSON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Sydney Arthur JACOBS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 June 1916.

Alfred William JAMES, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 6 August 1916.

Archibald Henry JENNINGS, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 25 September 1918.

Christian JEPSON, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

William Henwood JOHNS, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Sydney Ellis Clare JOHNSON, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

Leo Keith JOHNSTON, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

Major JOHNSTON, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 18 August 1916.

Osborne William JOHNSTON, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

Charles David Frederick JONES, 10th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

John William JONES, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Walter William Robert JONES, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

 

John Archibald KAY, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Austin KEANE, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

John KELLEHER, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 November 1917.

John KELLEHER, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Francis KELLY, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

John KELSALL, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 4 November 1917.

Stanley Whitmore KELSEY, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Albert Cheeseman KEMP, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 14 April 1918.

William KEMP, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 27 April 1917.

Thomas KENDALL, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 25 November 1917.

John Joseph KENNEDY, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Thomas Ryce KENNEDY, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 6 November 1917.

John Andrew Bathurst KERR, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Harry KERSHAW, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Basil KERSLAKE, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 5 August 1916.

Ernest William KIDD, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 12 April 1918.

Robert Guthrie KIDD, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

David KING, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 27 March 1918.

Gilbert Lennox KING, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 15 November 1917.

William Keith KING, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Alfred Charles KIRK, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 11 April 1918.

Leslie Matthew KIRLEY, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

Norman KNEIPP, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 19 December 1917.

Frederick (Fred) KNOWLES, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Fred Johnston KNOWLING, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 12 November 1917.

 

William Henry LACEY, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 22 November 1917.

Cyrus Havelock LADE, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 23 April 1917.

Leonard Allen LAIRD, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 5 November 1917.

Victor James LAMB, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Robert Harry LAMBIE , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

William Roy LANG, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 31 October 1917.

Thomas Edward LANGRIDGE, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 18 May 1917.

Samuel LANGWELL, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 7 May 1918.

Jack LAW, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Oscar Michael LAWLER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 22 December 1917.

James Gordon LAWSON, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Alexander LEDINGHAM, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Edwin Alexander LEESE, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Maurice James LELIEVRE(LE-LIEVRE), Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Patrick Joseph LENEHAN, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Harold Alexander LETCH, 1st Light Horse Signal Troop, Killed in Action, 22 August 1918.

Francis John LEVETT, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Harry LEWRY, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 11 October 1918.

Bert Clive LINCOLN, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Thomas Francis LINDSAY, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Walter LITCHFIELD, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Thomas LITSTER, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

Alexander Renel LIVINGSTONE, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 25 November 1917.

Royal Richard LOBB, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 25 September 1918.

Herbert James Hoddinott LOCK, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Michael LOGAN, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 27 March 1918.

Thomas Andrew LOMAN, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 July 1918.

Walter Bernard LORD, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Lionel William LOVEBAND, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 27 March 1918.

Wilfred Dudley LOVEGROVE, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 6 November 1917.

Louis Henry LOWE, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 15 November 1917.

Augustus LUBOMIRSKI, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 July 1918.

Donald Grantworth LUCAS, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 15 July 1918.

Wilford LUDBEY, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 6 August 1916.

Percy Hampton LUMLEY, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 30 March 1918.

William James LUNNON, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 16 November 1917.

Harry Campbell LYES, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Edward Thomas LYNCH, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

 

Ronald Alexander Leslie MacDONALD, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Ernest Harold MACK, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 23 December 1916.

Donald MACKAY, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 23 February 1917.

Norman Dundonnell MacKENZIE, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 17 September 1916.

Frederick George MACKIE, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 31 March 1918.

Duncan Mark MacLAREN, 10th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 6 August 1916.

Phillip Anslem MADDEN, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 November 1917.

Sidney Alfred MADDISON, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

James Werner MAGNUSSON, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Drowned, 4 May 1917.

Thomas Edgar MAJOR, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 15 November 1917.

Walter Cleveland MAKEIG, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 27 March 1918.

Edmund Bede MALONE, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 December 1917.

Percival MANN, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 28 March 1918.

Patrick MANNIX, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 5 November 1917.

Lewis MANSON , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

William Ernest MARKWELL, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

John James MARSH, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 6 November 1917.

James MARSHALL, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 15 November 1917.

James David MARSHALL, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 August 1916.

Sidney George MARSHALL, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 17 September 1918.

Alexander Morrison MARTIN, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 10 September 1916.

George Bernard MARTIN, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 November 1917.

John Thomas MARTIN, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

Robert Egremont MASON, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 14 November 1917.

Charles Bute MASSY, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

Kenneth Murdock (Kenneth Murdoch) MATHESON, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Owen MATHIAS, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Alfred MATTHEWS, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Ernest Frank MATTHEWS, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 1 April 1918.

Francis MATZONAS, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 6 November 1917.

Thomas MAXWELL, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 7 May 1918.

Reginald Clarence MAYBURY, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

Neil Hamilton McBRIDE, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 12 January 1917.

Norman Harold McBRIDE, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 22 December 1917.

William McCARTHY, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 November 1917.

Alexander Thomas McCLYMONT, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Charles Gibson McCONACHIE, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Gordon Eric McCOOK, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 23 August 1916.

Alfred McDONALD, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 3 June 1916.

Archibald McDONALD, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 November 1917.

John Richard McDONALD, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 7 November 1917.

Murdock McDONALD, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 7 July 1916.

Samuel Crichton McGOWAN, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 7 August 1916.

George Francis McGUIRE, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Norman Cecil McINDOE, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 28 March 1918.

Christian Fraser McINTOSH, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 10 January 1917.

Charles Clements McINTYRE, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

John McKAY , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Arundel James Gwydir McKID, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

Allan Gordon McMARTIN, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 November 1917.

Henry Cecil McNAMARA, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 9 January 1917.

Walter McNEILL, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Jeffrey McNEILL , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Edward McPHERSON, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 11 November 1917.

Robert McPHUN, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

William McQUIGGIN, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

John David McRAE, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Malcolm Innes McRAE, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Montague Charles MELLY, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 21 September 1916.

Alfred MELVILLE, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

William Barnet MENZIES , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Arnold Selwyn METCALFE, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 April 1918.

Robert Thompson MILLER, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 31 October 1917.

William Thomas MILLIKEN, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

George Alexander MITCHELL, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Harrington Thomas Sterne MITCHELL, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 30 July 1916.

James Howard MITCHELL, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 24 April 1917.

Walter Reginald MITCHELL, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 25 November 1917.

Stephen Frederick MONAGHAN, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 13 April 1916.

Reginald George MOORE, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 17 August 1917.

Alexander MOORE , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Alan Gerald MORGAN, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Joseph Andrew MORGAN, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 14 August 1916.

Walter Tertius MORRICE, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 28 September 1918.

George John MORRISON, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 5 November 1917.

James MORRISON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Vivian Roy MORROW, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Frank Robert MORSE-KINCAID, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Edward Charles MORTON , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 7 August 1916.

Gilbert Charles MOUNSEY, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Thomas William MOUNTAIN, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

Albert Stanley MUIR, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 November 1917.

Arthur MULHOLLAND, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 26 March 1917.

Dennis MULLEN, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 3 November 1917.

Donald Stewart MUNRO, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 1 June 1916.

Harrie Linden MURPHY, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 August 1918.

George William MURRAY, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 9 January 1917.

Joseph Henry MURRAY, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Victor Oswald MURRAY, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 28 May 1918.

 

Alexander NAIRN, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Henrie Clarence NICHOLAS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Arthur Richard NICHOLL, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 22 January 1917.

William Henry NICHOLLS, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 7 May 1918.

William Martinus NILSON, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 8 November 1917.

George Rawdon French NOBBS, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

George NOBLE, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Ernest John NORTON, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Jonathan Thomas NOTLEY, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Drowned, 4 May 1917.

William NOWLAND, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 22 September 1918.

 

Assal John O'BRIEN, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 29 March 1918.

Thomas O'CALLAGHAN, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Lawrence Raymond O'CONNOR, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 16 July 1918.

Lawrence Patrick O'DONNELL, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 5 April 1918.

Michael O'DONNELL, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 17 July 1918.

Tom Alexander OGG, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Harold Reath OLVER, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

William Patrick O'REILLY, 2nd Light Horse Brigade Train, Died of Wounds, 18 April 1917.

John OSBORN, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 November 1917.

Robert OSBORNE, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

William Alfred OTTAWAY, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Frederick George OXENHAM, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Arthur Robert French OXFORD, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 6 November 1917.

 

George Arthur PAGET, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 1 April 1918.

Alan Dexter PALMER, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 6 August 1916.

Christopher John PARKER, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 November 1917.

Frederick Vance PARKES, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 7 May 1918.

William Joseph PARKES, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

David PATERSON, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 1 April 1918.

Robert Stephen PATTIE, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Claude Duncan PAYNE, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

William James PEACH, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Edward James PEACOCK, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Norman Matthew PEARCE, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 29 July 1916.

William Arthur PEED, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 29 March 1918.

Bertie James PEEL, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 7 May 1918.

Ernest PENTZIN, 10th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 17 September 1916.

Frank Preston PENWELL, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 5 November 1917.

Thomas Albert PERKINS, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 11 April 1918.

William PERKINS, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Eric Howard PERRY, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Joseph George Alfred PICKENS , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Aubrey PICKERING, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 10 December 1917.

Eric Neumann (Eric Newman) PIKE, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 April 1918.

Henry Richard Alfred PIX, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Percy POIDEVIN, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 November 1917.

Daniel Mallen POLAND, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 6 November 1917.

Richard Rowett POND, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Ralph POOLE, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 20 November 1917.

Arthur Laurence POTTER, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 3 May 1918.

John Daniel POTTER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 1 June 1916.

William Wickford POTTER, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 3 December 1917.

Jack Diamond Sumners POTTS, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 January 1918.

Benjamin POUNTNEY, 10th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Charles Baxter POWELL, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Albert James PRENDERGAST, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

Thomas PRESLAND, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 25 September 1918.

Alfred Edward PRESS, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 27 March 1918.

Elias Saywell PRYOR, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 11 December 1917.

Leslie Alfred PRYOR, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

Norman PUGH, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 April 1918.

Walter Victor PULMAN, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 17 November 1917.

 

Arthur Richard QUARMBY, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 1 May 1918.

James QUINN, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 5 November 1917.

 

Clarence William RADBURN, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 September 1918.

Thomas John RADCLIFFE, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Joseph Charles RADNELL, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

John James RAFFERTY, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 November 1917.

John Henry RAINE , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Clem RANFORD, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Joseph Marmion RANFORD, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 21 June 1916.

Frederick Ormsby REES , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

William REID, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 6 November 1917.

Joseph William RICHARDSON, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 22 September 1918.

Francis Leigh RIDGWAY, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

Alan Serafino RIGHETTI, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Kenneth Cory RILEY, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 27 March 1918.

John RITCHIE, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Bertie George RIXON, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

William Caleb ROBERTS, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Alexander ROBERTSON, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 27 June 1918.

Alfred Henry ROBERTSON, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 25 December 1916.

Eion Alister ROBERTSON, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Francis Kersey James ROBERTSON, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Geoffrey Ochiltree ROBERTSON, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 13 August 1916.

Robert Hill ROBERTSON, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 10 January 1917.

Frederick Charles ROBINSON, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 4 November 1917.

Alan Chamberlin RODGERS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 2 November 1917.

Benjamin ROGERS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 June 1916.

Ernest Arthur ROGERS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

George ROGERS, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Lionel Edwin ROLPH, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 15 November 1917.

Charles Manfred ROPE, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 9 January 1917.

Mark ROSENBERG, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

Thomas ROSS, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 8 November 1917.

Wilfred Wallace ROSS, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 8 November 1917.

Werner Eric ROSSBACH, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

Claude ROUSE, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Edward RUMMEL, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 20 December 1917.

Thomas Richard RUTLEDGE, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 April 1918.

Cornelius James RYAN, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 4 May 1918.

John Patrick RYAN, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 November 1917.

 

William SAMUEL, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Herbert Edward SAMUELS, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

William SANDERSON , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

George Edward SCHADEL, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Alfred Edward Lionel SCOTT, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 27 March 1918.

Thomas Moffatt SCOTT, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

William Thomas SCOTT, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 18 January 1917.

Peter Patrick SEERY, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 7 November 1917.

Norman George SELFF, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 11 August 1916.

Roy Stanley SEWELL, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Thomas John SHARLAND, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 1 April 1918.

Andrew Mitchell SHARP, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

Wallace John SHARPE, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

Archibald Samuel SHAW, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Patrick (Patrick Joseph) SHEEHAN, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 12 August 1917.

Norman Douglas SHERWIN, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 29 March 1918.

John SHIELDS, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 22 April 1917.

Gavin SHUTTLEWORTH, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Harry SIMPSON, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

David Harold Maclean SINCLAIR, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 20 April 1917.

Arnold Lealand SIVIOUR, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Francis William SLATTERY, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 17 September 1916.

Arthur Thomas SLAVIN, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 25 September 1918.

Charles Selby SMETZER, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 2 May 1918.

Archibald SMITH, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 6 November 1917.

Athol Wallace SMITH, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

George Achilles SMITH, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Stuart Rutherford SMITH, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

Walter Stephen SMITH, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

Wilfred SMITH, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

William Norman SMITH, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 November 1917.

Issac SNEDDON, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 12 August 1916.

Charles Leslie SOMMERVILLE, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 2 April 1918.

Joseph Henry SPILLER, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 17 July 1918.

Harry STANBURY, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 14 November 1917.

Francis Theodore STANTON, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 11 January 1917.

Walter STARR, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 14 August 1916.

George STEEL, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 20 February 1918.

Thomas STEELE, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 4 May 1917.

William George STEELE, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

Frederick Ladson STEGGLES, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 25 September 1918.

Duncan Burrell STEVENS, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 1 April 1918.

Rowland Clifford STEVENS, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 30 April 1919.

Houston Thomas STEWART, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 15 November 1917.

James Douglas STEWART, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Frederick William STONE, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Robert William STOWER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 31 October 1917.

Laurie STRACHAN, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 November 1917.

Rossland Cecil STRATFORD, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 30 March 1918.

William Henry STRIBLEY, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

George SULLIVAN, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

William Joseph SUTHERLAND, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Ralph SUTTON , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 5 August 1916.

Walter SWANSON, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 November 1917.

Ernest Edward SWEEDMAN, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 15 July 1918.

Thomas John SYMES, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 1 June 1916.

 

Charles David TAIT, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 25 January 1916.

Clifford (Gifford) TAIT, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 25 November 1917.

Kenneth James TAIT, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 23 March 1918.

Tom Braithwaite TAYLOR, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 January 1917.

Victor Sewell TAYLOR, 10th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Harold Victor TEBBUTT, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 20 September 1918.

Alfred Charles THOMPSON, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 2 November 1917.

Walter Weber THOMPSON, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 25 November 1917.

Allan James Carroll THOMSON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Robert Percy THOMSON, 2nd Light Horse Field Ambulance, Killed in Action, 17 April 1917.

William Claude THORNTON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 25 November 1917.

Herbert Mapleton THORPE, 1st Light Horse Brigade Train, Killed in Action, 17 April 1917.

Gilbert Worsfold THROP, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

Frederick John TIMSON, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 November 1917.

Walter Rupert TINK, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 26 March 1917.

Gladstone James TODD, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 20 April 1917.

Alfred Gibbs TOLMAN, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Charles Albert TONQUEST, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 June 1916.

William TOOHEY, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Edward John TOOLE, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 15 November 1917.

Owen William TOOTH, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 December 1917.

George Albert TOWNSEND, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Geoffrey TRAVERS, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 11 August 1916.

Archibald Stuart TREGILGAS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 November 1917.

Henry Charles TROWBRIDGE, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 November 1917.

Harold TUCK, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 November 1917.

Arthur Harold TUCKER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 22 December 1917.

Frederick TUCKER, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 1 April 1918.

Michael TUCKEY, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Thomas TURNBULL, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 9 January 1917.

Victor TURNBULL, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 7 May 1918.

Charles Eustace TURNER, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 May 1918.

Ernest Douglas TURNER, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 21 April 1917.

Francis Morphet TWISLETON, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 15 November 1917.

William George TWIST, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 17 April 1917.

Francis Hugh TWOMEY, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 5 November 1917.

William Bernard TYLER, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 10 November 1917.

 

Richard James UNDERWOOD, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 20 January 1917.

Roderick William URQUHART, 3rd Light Horse Brigade Headquarters, Killed in Action, 7 August 1916.

Leo Augustus Francis USSHER, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 17 April 1917.

 

Thomas Herbert VANCE, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 27 March 1918.

Raymond Stanley VINCENT, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 5 November 1917.

 

George Malcolm WADDELL, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Sydney David WAGHORN, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 19 April 1917.

George WALKER, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 15 November 1917.

John (J on CWGC) WALKER , Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 6 August 1916.

Albert Stuart WALLACE, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Eric Charles Alexander WALSH, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 13 July 1918.

Eric Win WANDEN, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 25 September 1918.

Herbert Alexander WARD, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 9 August 1916.

Geoffrey Hughes WARREN, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

Richard Reginald WATKINS, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Norman Allan WATSON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 23 March 1918.

Richard WATSON, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 23 December 1916.

Robert Alfred WATSON, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 10 November 1917.

Alexander WATT, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 14 July 1918.

Arthur Edward WAYGOOD, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

Roderick Noel White WEAVER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Raymond Francis WEBB, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 28 April 1917.

David Richard WEBSTER, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 20 April 1917.

Thomas WEBSTER, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 8 November 1917.

George Rickart WEEKS, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

William Horace WELLS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 11 April 1918.

Frederick Daniel WELSH, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 30 March 1918.

John WEST, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 24 September 1918.

William Henry WESTAWAY, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 4 December 1917.

Aubrey James WETHERALL, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 15 July 1918.

William Salisbury WHITBREAD, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 9 November 1917.

Frederick Arthur Victor WHITE, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 27 March 1918.

John Vernon WHITE, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 12 January 1917.

Peter George WHITE, Auckland Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

Robert Henry James WHITE, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 14 August 1916.

Charles Henry WILKINS, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 28 March 1918.

Wilfred WILKINSON, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 18 June 1918.

Frank WILLIAMS, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 26 March 1917.

Harold Edwin WILLIAMS, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 5 November 1917.

Haswell WILLIAMS, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Henry Charles WILLIAMS, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 1 April 1918.

Joseph WILLIAMS, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

Robert Glen WILLIAMS, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 8 November 1917.

Shirley Wynn Vaughan WILLIAMS(VAUGHAN-WILLIAMS), Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 22 May 1917.

Frank Lindsay WILLIS, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 4 August 1916.

James Charles WILLOCKS, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Cyrus (Cyrus Turpin) WILSON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Harry Noel WILSON, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

John Leslie WILSON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Died of Wounds, 23 July 1917.

Richard Henry WINSLETT, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Alfred Thomas WINTERTON, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

George Henry WOOD, Wellington Mounted Rifles, Killed in Action, 30 March 1918.

Harold Victor WOODS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 12 November 1917.

Percy Severn Roy WOODYATT, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Alfred Clive WOOSTER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 2 November 1917.

Edgar Alma Mark WRIGHT, 6th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 4 August 1916.

Harold WRIGHT, 5th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 3 October 1918.

Henry Patrick WRIGHT, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 7 August 1916.

John Robert WRIGHT, 1st Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 3 November 1917.

 

Alexander YOUNG, 1st Light Horse Brigade Train, Killed in Action, 16 July 1918.

 

Essington Lowther ZOUCH, 7th Light Horse Regiment, Died of Wounds, 17 November 1917.

 

Lest We Forget

 

Acknowledgement: Many thanks to Steve Becker who provided much of the raw material that appears in this item.
 

Further Reading:

Australian and New Zealand Mounted Division, Anzac MD, AIF

Australian and New Zealand Mounted Division, Anzac MD, Roll of Honour

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Australian and New Zealand Mounted Division, Anzac MD, Roll of Honour

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Wednesday, 26 January 2011 12:36 PM EAST
Tuesday, 23 December 2008
The Battle of Magdhaba, Sinai, 23 December 1916, , General Staff HQ, Anzac MD, AIF, War Diary Account
Topic: AIF - DMC - Anzac MD

The Battle of Magdhaba

Sinai, 23 December 1916

General Staff HQ, Anzac MD, AIF, War Diary Account

 

War Diary account of the General Staff Headquarters, Anzac Mounted Division, AIF.

 

The transcription:

22 December 1916

1000 - In accordance with a message received the day before the Desert Column Commander, Lieutenant General Sir Philip Chetwode, landed on the beach opposite Divisional Headquarters at 1000. On arrival he pointed out that it was most important to go after the enemy at once, who was reported to be still in the Magdhaba, Abu Aweigila - or Rafa areas, and that with this in view he had arranged for a special convoy with rations and horse feed to arrive at El Arish at 1630 that day. The three Brigades Anzac Mounted Division and Camel Brigade, less one Battalion, were to march that evening as soon as they ha drawn supplies and move via Magdhaba on Abu Aweigila and Ruafa with the object of capturing an enemy remaining there. The force to return as soon as its mission was accomplished. A convoy to be sent to meet it at Lahfan. No wells were to be destroyed, communications to be established along Turkish line or by visual if that could not be done. At the same time three companies Imperial Camel Corps were to go via Sheikh Zowai'id on Rafa with the same object, to return on completion of mission. The same arrangements to be made about communication. One company Imperial Camel Corps was to remain at El Arish for protection and escort duty.

These orders were handed to the Anzac Mounted Division.

1200 - Brigadiers were summoned to most General Chauvel at 1430. Meantime a point of concentration was fixed for the troops taking part in the expedition at the 28th telegraph pole on the El Arish - Magdhaba telegraph wire by 1900 December 22nd.

Here the convoys were to be brought and issues made to the troops direct.

1245 - At 1245 a report on the watering arrangements was received. Those in wadi were completed. Owing, however, to the non arrival of camels, the field troops had to do all the work.

1400 - At 1400 the posts on Hill 230 reported armed enemy party 20 strong 2 miles east of post. Orders were sent to try and capture them. The party however made off at once in a south easterly direction as soon as they found they had been observed.

1430 - At 1430 the conference of Brigadiers was held and orders were issued to each.

1630 - At 1630 and aeroplane report was received which put a fairly strong force at Magdhaba, with machine guns and guns. On this being reported to Desert Column the General Officer Commanding directed that the Rafa enterprise should be abandoned and all the available troops of the Anzac Mounted Division to move on Magdhaba. Aeroplanes were to reconnoitre the place at earliest opportunity and arrangements made to communicate with them from Divisional Headquarters. Some information was received from Major Barlow on Magdhaba who accompanied the force and provided the guides.

1720 - Divisional Headquarters left their bivouac at 1720 and marched to the concentration point. Considerable delay occurred owing to the Camel Convoy getting out in two by of the 156th Infantry Brigade coming through it. The result was that the force was unable to leave the point of concentration until after midnight.


23 December 1916

0045 - The Force left the place of concentration at 0045 marching in the following order:

Advance Guard - 1 Squadron, 1st Light Horse Brigade

Divisional Headquarters

Remainder 1st Light Horse Brigade

Inverness Battery

Somerset Battery

New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade

3rd Light Horse Brigade

Imperial Camel Corps

The going was very good and the march was timed as follows - Ride 40 minutes, lead 10 minutes, halt 10 minutes. As the night was very cold the leading was a great benefit to all. The only bad places to cross were just where the road turns out of the wadi 2 miles from Bir Lahfan crosses the road.

0350 - At 0350 the fires from Magdhaba could be seen.

0450 - The force halted in an open plain some four miles from the place. The number of bivouac fires indicated a considerable force and the brightness of the lights caused the position to seem considerably nearer than it was. The troops were dismounted and the General Officer Commanding and Staff accompanied by Brigadiers and Major Barlow went forward on a personal reconnaissance. As dawn broke and it became lighter the bivouac fires disappeared and nothing could be seen for some time but a heavy layer of smoke covering the whole valley, so that the reconnaissance took considerably longer than was anticipated. However, owing to the assistance of Major Barlow, the huts in the village were eventually located and buildings which afterwards proved to be the hospital, and a plan of attack was determined on.

0630 - Soon after 0630 our aeroplanes appeared and began o bomb the enemy. Some rifle and gun fire ensued.

0750 - The first aeroplane report was received at 0750 which reported being fired on by a redoubt on the sand dunes north east of the wadi, and also by a party of men, 50 in number, in the wadi one mile west of the stone huts. Shrapnel was also fired. Another report on the road leading south and south east from Magdhaba gave no enemy reinforcements for about 5 miles beyond Ruafa. There was, however, some movement in Ruafa camp.

0800 - A further report put 50 men in Ruafa camp but no enemy reinforcements on the road.

0822 - General Chauvel issued orders for the attack. The New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade and the 3rd Light Horse Brigade under General Chaytor were to move north of the Magdhaba taking advantage of all cover to a point about one mile east and to attack the enemy's right rear. The Brigadier General Commanding was, however, to safeguard his own left rear, The attack was to commence as soon as the Divisional Artillery opened and to be pressed home. The Camel Brigade were to move straight on Magdhaba with centre on the telegraph line. The Commander, Royal Artillery to select a position to open fire on the enemy's position. The 1st Light Horse Brigade to be in reserve and to move south east along the telegraph line. The Brigadier General Commanding to make provision for his own protection. The position of the Division Headquarters was for the time being, on the telegraph line about 2½ miles north west of Magdhaba.

0830 - Aeroplane report was received of 200 men in the wadi between Abu Aweigila and Magdhaba.

0841 - A message was sent to General Chaytor at 0841 to report the position of his headquarters to Divisional Headquarters. The 3rd Light horse Brigade at this time were on a ridge north, by a little east, of the stone houses of Magdhaba, which by now were clearly in view.

0845 - An aeroplane reported road between Abu Aweigila and Magdhaba clear. 50 horsemen were seen in the wadi one mile west of Ruafa. 100 transport camels were seen moving west through Ruafa. 20 men were seen round a bell tent one mile south east on the sand dune from Magdhaba main camp. Horsemen were seen on roads opposite the white houses and some 50 horsemen galloping from the sand dunes south of the camp into the wadi.

The Camel Brigade were, at this time, moving direct on Magdhaba, the 3rd Battalion on foot in line and one company in local reserve.

The Hong Kong and Singapore Mountain Battery was in position on a ridge on the left of their line.

0849 - The situation was reported to Desert Column at 0849.

An aeroplane report handed to Divisional Headquarters by an airman who landed close beside them. This report stated that they had bombed the enemy's dugouts. A few Turks had gone east. There was very little movement in Magdhaba. The strongest point held by the Turks seemed to be the No. 5 Redoubt. There were rifle pits around the redoubt at irregular intervals. They seemed to be strongly manned. There were no signs of where the artillery were exactly. There were no reinforcements coming up the road but there were scattered parties retreating east. The rifle pits around No. 5 Redoubt and No. 5 itself were being reinforced. The wagons were shown as in the sketch. A rough sketch of the position was attached.

0910 - The New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade Headquarters moved forward to a point ¾ mile east of Divisional Headquarters and by 0925 were established 3 miles north of Magdhaba.

0915 - A further air report was received at 0195 gave no movement except some 20 men outside on redoubt. A few men were seen on the road towards Aweigila.

0925 - A further report gave a few men marching towards northern redoubt. Small scattered parties of horsemen and camels were seen leaving Magdhaba and going east. Except for these the road was clear. Further report was received that rifle and machine gun fire had opened from the redoubts.

0930 - The 10th Light Horse Regiment and two Sections of the Machine Gun Squadron were detailed by General Royston, acting under General Chaytor's orders to move round, through Aulad Ali and Hill 345 and round the enemy's right.

0940 - General Chaytor reported the enemy retiring behind Hill 345 and said if the Camel Brigade would push on he would move on Hill 345.

0945 - An aeroplane reported party with loaded camels leaving Magdhaba going south east.

0955 - The advance of Imperial Camel Brigade continued but they had a long way to go on foot and it was of a necessity, slow. At 0955 General Chaytor directed the Canterbury Mounted Rifles on Hill 345, the Wellington Mounted Rifles on their right. Both regiments to move on Magdhaba. The Canterbury Mounted Rifles to watch the left flank and near.

The Inverness Battery came into action behind a ridge three miles due north of Magdhaba against two enemy guns whose fire was indicated by the dust of discharge. They also fired on a ridge from which fire came which opposed the Imperial Camel Brigade.

The Somerset Battery were brought into action further east to deal with the enemy should the retreat materialise. For the present they fired on parties of enemy, and the enemy guns which were forced to change positions. By General Chaytor's orders and 3rd Light Horse Brigade Headquarters with orders to support the attack on Magdhaba and envelope the enemy's right.

1000 - An airman landed near Divisional Headquarters reported verbally to General Chauvel that the enemy were making off and that there was a possibility of their escaping General Chaytor's enveloping move. There upon General Chauvel sent orders to General Cox, Commanding the 1st Light Horse Brigade to move direct on Magdhaba, passing the Imperial Camel Corps on his way, leaving the remainder of the 1st Light Horse Regiment in Divisional Reserve. He was told the enemy were reported to be going. General Cox pushed on Magdhaba on the trot, and then came under shrapnel fire. He changed direction to avoid the shells and increased the pass to gallop. The enemy, who had so far held their fire, then opened a very heavy rifle and machine gun fire on the Brigade. General Cox there on swung his Brigade to the right and gained the wadi where cover was got. He began a dismounted attack up the wadi against the enemy's left, Brigade Headquarters being established north west of enemy redoubt No. 1. Divisional Headquarters moved forward to a point on the road 2¾ miles north west of the white huts at Magdhaba from which the best view of the enemy's position was obtainable.

1030 - The attack of the 1st Light Horse Brigade up the wadi began. The 3rd Light Horse Brigade and four machine guns moved forward. The Brigade reported that there were machine guns firing from the white huts and ridge to the right. They also located two mountain guns in or near the huts. Meanwhile the Imperial Camel Corps attack, now that the Turkish plan was disclosed, was deflected half right. The Company in local reserve was brought up to the firing line and another Company was sent to extend to the left and gain contact with the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade. The Hong Kong and Singapore Mountain Battery supported this attack.

1100 - The Imperial Camel Corps advanced over dead flat ground for 900 yards employing covering fire sections. The right then became held up by fire from a redoubt. An aeroplane report received that our flanking column was in contact with a hostile camel patrol, 15 strong, east of Magdhaba. Our troops, advancing on Magdhaba, were within 400 yards of the enemy. The artillery seemed to be well on the target. Progress on the left seemed to be going on. Dust prevented observation on north west of Magdhaba but the attack appeared to be held up. General Chaytor gave a report of the situation that on the left our men were well forward endeavouring to hold the enemy. The 3rd Light Horse Brigade (less one Regiment) and Auckland Mounted Rifles (less six troops) were still in reserve. The guns were driving the enemy away from their Battery. At this hour the General Officer Commanding visited General Chaytor and instructed him verbally to push in the remainder of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade.

1105 - An aeroplane reported 50 camels working up the wadi from the east towards Magdhaba. They also reported our shells were about 150 yards short.

1107 - Orders were sent to the 1st Light Horse Brigade to cooperate with the Imperial Camel Corps which was moving on the redoubt.

1115 - The New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade reported that the enemy were retiring from the left. That they could not see the position of the 1st Light Horse Brigade owing to dust. The Hong Kong and Singapore Mountain Battery had moved into effective range of the enemy position, and had now moved across to the left of the 1st Light Horse Brigade where General Cox located the redoubt which was checking the advance. The Battery turned its fire on to the redoubt and the enemy position at 1,950 yards.

A message was now sent to the Commander, Royal Artillery to ask if more ammunition was required as the two Brigade Ammunition Columns were at Lahfan. One had already been called up.

1120 - A message was received from the 1st Light Horse Brigade to say that the range of our guns was correct, but that the fire should be swung to the right. This was forwarded to the Commander, Royal Artillery.

1135 - A further aeroplane report was received of numerous small parties of enemy leaving Magdhaba. None were reported to be coming in.

1150 - The situation was reported to the Desert Column. It was as follows:

New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade (less Auckland Mounted Brigade) engaged with and partially enveloping the enemy's right.

The 3rd Light Horse Brigade (less 10h Light Horse Regiment) and the Auckland Mounted Rifles in reserve.

The 10th Light Horse Regiment, moving by a wide detour via Aulad Ali round the enemy left.

Part of the Imperial Camel Corps moving direct on the village, one Battalion still in reserve.

1st Light Horse Brigade working up against the enemy's left by way of the wadi.

The 2nd Light Horse Regiment had been sent by a detour to the south and was on some high ground overlooking the enemy's rear.

Our guns were in action against the enemy's redoubts but had great difficulty owing to mirage and indefinite targets and could not get better observation as ground ahead up to the enemy's position was dead flat. However, they got help from the Royal Flying Corps particularly by means of a sketch.

The Hong Kong and Singapore Mountain Battery was firing on a redoubt on their left. The enemy mountain guns were in action and a heavy rifle and machine gun fire was opened on any favourable target. The shooting of the guns was good but ineffective, that of the rifles bad, as in spite of the target given by the 1st Light Horse Brigade in their first move on the position they only had 8 horses hit and no men.

1200 - The 3rd Light Horse Brigade (less 10th Light Horse Regiment) commenced to carry out a sweep round the enemy's flank.

1230 - An aeroplane reported 300 men and camels retreating down the wadi no reinforcements were seen. This news was forwarded to the Brigades. General Chaytor gave his own situation at this hour as Brigade Headquarters 3 miles from Magdhaba on bearing of 155 degrees from Magdhaba. The Wellington Mounted Rifles were on the right of the line, with the Canterbury Mounted Rifles on their left, one Regiment of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade supporting the left of the Canterbury Mounted Rifles. The 3rd Light Horse Brigade (less 10th Light Horse Regiment) were working round the enemy's right.

1245 - Situation again reported to Desert Column.

1300 - The 1st Light Horse Brigade reported that the 3rd Light Horse Regiment were in touch with the Imperial Camel Corps right. Their Headquarters were in the wadi, 1½ to 2 miles south west of Divisional Headquarters. They were continuing to push round the right.

1305 - Message from Captain Loveridge at Lahfan that the Field Troop left there had failed to get water. This produced the situation that unless Magdhaba was taken the nearest water was El Arish. None of the horses had had any water since the evening before.

1320 - Meantime another aeroplane report was received that the enemy were retiring in small parties towards el Moweilleh. Numerous enemy parties seen beyond Abu Aweigila moving south east down the wadi, also camels with baggage, about one Company in the redoubt at Magdhaba which was more thickly held in the north east corner.

1330 - The Imperial Camel Corps reached a broad shallow wadi 1,000 yards from the enemy's position but appeared to be unable to make further progress.

1350 - A message was received from the 3rd Light Horse Brigade asking for artillery support.

After discussing the situation with the Brigadiers of the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade and the Imperial Camel Corps, and in view of the fact that no progress was being made and horses had been a very long time without water and that the nearest water was at El Arish if Magdhaba was not taken which did not appear at all likely, the General Officer Commanding wired to Desert Column giving the situation and proposing to issue orders for withdrawal at a certain hour.

1355 - The situation began to improve. The 1st Light Horse Brigade reported that they had got the 1st Bridge Road of the Wadi. They had taken about 100 prisoners and were reported retiring behind the houses.

1415 - At 1415 came the report that the 10th Light Horse Regiment were making round the enemy's left.

1420 - At 1420 came a wire from the Desert Column asking if it was not possible to concentrate artillery on one redoubt and take with bayonet after dark. It was strongly urged that the fight should not be abandoned even at the cost of some horses.

A telephone communication between General Chauvel and General Officer Commanding Desert Column followed and orders were immediately issued to continue pressure and that a concerted effort would be made by all units at 1630. The General Officer Commanding Desert Column arranging that if possible horse water would be sent forward to meet the column on return journey.

1430 - A further wire, strongly urging the taking of Magdhaba was received from Desert Column at 1430, but the situation had so completely changed at this hour, however that there was no further doubt as to the result, and the situation was communicated to Desert Column.

On the right one Squadron 2nd Light Horse Regiment was now sent to reinforce the line between the 3rd Light Horse Regiment and the Squadron 2nd Light Horse Regiment working round the enemy's left.

1450 - General Chaytor reported that the enemy were apparently retiring from the north north west of the white buildings.

The 3rd Light Horse Brigade were now in touch with the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade 600 yards from the enemy trenches but the advance was difficult owing to machine gun and rifle fire, and more machine guns had to be sent up. A further report came from the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade that 50 enemy had retired from trench north north west of Magdhaba.

1455 - 1st Light horse Brigade Headquarters was established at Turkish trenches 350 degrees from north east position. The enemy still held on 800 yards south of the position. The Brigade continued to push round the right. The total taken in the first redoubt was 3 Officers, 92 Other Ranks, arms, ammunition, etc.

The Imperial Camel Corps was now within 500 yards of the enemy's position.

1500 - A team with apparently a gun moving behind it moving in the enemy's position received a direct hit from the Inverness Battery at 1500.

1510 - At 1510 orders were sent back to Lahfan for a water convoy for the men to be sent along the telegraph line. One Troop, 1st Light Horse Regiment, were sent to meet it.

1515 - At 1515 an aeroplane report was received that some 500 mounted men were in the wadi one mile north of Magdhaba. 60 men were in the redoubt west of the buildings. Small party of horsemen were 1,000 yards south of Magdhaba making for that place. 15 camels 1 1/4 miles south of Magdhaba also making for it. At Abu Aweigila and Ruafa people were seen, but no one on the roads.

1520 - The 1st Light Horse Brigade and Imperial Camel Corps attacked the enemy's second position. Our Batteries ceased fire at this time.

1530 - Information was received that water convoys were on their way.

1540 - The 1st Light Horse Brigade forwarded list of prisoners. From information received from them one Battalion was south and one was north of the hospital. Khadir Bey was with the guns. Plenty of water was reported in the place, The Imperial Camel Corps advanced to attack the trenches, one more company being thrown into the assault. The Hong Kong and Singapore Mountain Battery were in action close to the wadi and gave effective support.

1600 - Redoubt No. 2 was carried by the 1st Light Horse Brigade. 150 prisoners were taken including Khadir Bey. The Imperial Camel Corps advanced to the assault with the 3rd Light Horse Regiment on their right and the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade on their left. The 3rd Light Horse Brigade were in close touch with the enemy, and the 10th Light Horse Regiment, having outflanked the enemy, attacked him in rear.

1605 - General Chaytor reported that our troops held the buildings and redoubts on the left, part of the 10th Light Horse Regiment charged mounted with fixed bayonets. The enemy held on until our men were within some 20 yards in most cases. Only their bad shooting prevented heavy casualties.

1630 - By 1630, they were surrendering in small batches, though firing still continued from isolated parties until dark. Four Mountain Guns were captured in their emplacements, one smashed machine gun was found. All organised resistance was over by about 1640. General Chauvel rode down into Magdhaba as soon s it was taken and gave orders for clearing the battlefield.

Lieutenant Colonel Granville was left to carry this out with part of his own Regiment, two Squadrons of the Auckland Mounted Rifles, and one Squadron from the 3rd Light Horse Brigade. These were ordered to bivouac for the night at Magdhaba and continue the search next morning. Convoys with supplies were ordered up for the troops remaining there. The remainder, many of whom had got water in Magdhaba, were ordered to assemble at the telegraph line near Divisional Headquarters. All prisoners and captured stock also to be brought up there.

The total of prisoners etc was fount to be:-

Unwounded - 1,210

Including:

Khadir Bey, Commanding Officer of the 80th Infantry Regiment;
Izhat Bey, Commanding Officer of the 2/80th Infantry Battalion; and,
Rushti Bey, Commanding Officer of the 3/80th Infantry Battalion.

Wounded - 40

A mixed party of 30 were brought in later, with a few more brought in next day by Colonel Granville. The total came to 1,282.

There were also:

4 Mountain Guns;
1 Broken Machine Gun;
1,052 rifles (200 more were destroyed);
180 bayonets;
6 boxes of shell ammunition;
100,000 small arms ammunition;
1 stretcher;
Component parts of an oil engine;
10 Fantassis;
Telephone wire and equipment;
Number of plans of reservoirs, etc;
Some Turkish orders and news;
40 horses; and,
51 camels.

Our own casualties were:

Casualty    Officers    Other Ranks
Killed    5    17
Wounded    7    117
Total    12    134

We had 59 casualties among the horses from wounds and other causes.

The Inverness Battery fired 498 rounds and
The Somerset Battery fired 108 rounds.

Divisional Headquarters and escort left at 2350 and got in at 0410 on December 24th. The New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade and 3rd Light Horse Brigade marched back in their own time, leaving Magdhaba as soon as they had filled up from the water convoy which went to them there and drawn rations and forage at Lahfan on the way back.

Considerable assistance was rendered by the General Officer Commanding 52nd (Lowland) Infantry Division in the loan of camels, fantasses, sand carts and gun teams. This latter were dent forward on his own initiative to meet the guns on their return journey.

The sending forward of horse water to Lahfan by the Desert Column Staff saved the situation considerably.

I would like to be permitted to draw special attention to the excellent work of Quartermaster Branch and the Army Supply Corps which rendered this successful action possible.

Under separate cover, I forward a list of Officers and Other Ranks recommended for immediate reward.



 
Additional Reading:

Anzac Mounted Division, AIF

The Battle of Magdhaba

The Battle of Magdhaba, Sinai, December 23, 1916, Roll of Honour, Australia and New Zealand

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1919

 


Citation: The Battle of Magdhaba, Sinai, 23 December 1916, , General Staff HQ, Anzac MD, AIF, War Diary Account

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Sunday, 22 November 2009 7:41 AM EAST
The Battle of Magdhaba, Sinai, December 23, 1916, RHA HQ, Anzac MD, AIF, War Diary Account
Topic: AIF - DMC - Anzac MD

The Battle of Magdhaba

Sinai, 23 December 1916

RHA HQ, Anzac MD, AIF, War Diary Account

 

War Diary account of the ICC, AIF.

 

The transcription:

 

Appendix

Reporton the Royal Horse Artillery, Australian and New Zealand Mounted Division.

23 December 1916

Reference 1:125,000, El Arish and Kossaima Sheet.

0100 - The Inverness Shire Battery with three first line wagons from Division Ammunition Column and Somerset Battery with four first line wagons found by Leicestershire Battery, marching in rear of the leading Brigade, left the rendezvous south of El Arish.

The complete section of the Divisional Ammunition Column left camp and marched to Bir Lahfan with an escort formed by Leicestershire Battery.

0600 - The Column halted. Commander, Royal Artillery accompanied General Officer Commanding (Major General Chauvel) in his reconnaissance.

0830 - Operation orders received. These were slightly modified by General Chaytor's force pushing on to intercept the enemy, reported by aeroplane to be retiring. The batteries then cooperated.

0950 - Inverness Shire Battery came into action behind a ridge about three miles due north of El Magdhaba, against positions of two enemy guns indicated by the dust of discharge, about six hundred yards due east of "White houses".

1000 - Somerset Battery came into action in a position further east with a view to being more favourably placed should reported enemy retreat materialise. They opened fire on parties seen moving north of the White Houses, they also engaged the guns above mentioned. At this time they were silenced, but all through the action they fired spasmodically, having as reported by aeroplane, changed their position, confirming our observation.

The Inverness Shire Battery now fired on a ridge about half a mile west of the White Houses, from which fire appeared to be directed on Imperial Camel Corps. Meanwhile the Somerset Battery fired on parties south of White Houses as asked for by Brigadier General Royston.

1230 - Inverness Battery fired on ridges where enemy movement had been noticed, east of White Houses. Targets were very indistinct, partly owing to mirage effect as at four o'clock in the afternoon a much clearer idea of the position was possible that there was during the heat of the day. Also the enemy position was particularly well suited to concealment of their works. It apparently comprises several indefinite partial ridges. A Forward Observation Officer was sent out but owing the fact that the ground in front of the position was dead flat, got no better view than that from the original observation station. He was able, however, from information gathered from officers commanding the attack to give useful help. Owing to the nature of the battle which was essentially a quickly carried out cavalry attack, it was impossible to have close cooperation between the attacking parties and the Batteries. Valuable assistance was however rendered by the Royal Flying Corps, especially by one officer who rode up to the Commander, Royal Artillery's position and drew a sketch of the enemy position. To emphasise the difficulty of observation, he was unable to recognise position of the ground that he had seen clearly from the air. He ascended quickly and dropped a smoke ball over their main redoubt.

1400 - At this time, as the Somerset Battery was not in a better position to observe they were brought up on the right of the Inverness Shire Battery with a view to closer cooperation.

1500 - A team was seen coming up about a half mile east of the White Houses and the gun came into view, fire was brought to bear and a direct hit obtained.

1520 - Both Batteries stopped firing.

1700 - Both Batteries started back for El Arish under escort one Squadron, 1st Australian Light Hors Regiment an reached there about 2400

I consider the fact that these batteries, after a long and trying march mostly by night, returned with their teams undistressed and with only one mule slightly galled, reflects the greatest credit on the previous training and consistent trouble taken by all ranks in these batteries.

Casualties - Nil

Ammunition Expended

Inverness Shire Battery - 490

Somerset Battery - 108

Total - 606

 

Further Reading:

Anzac Mounted Division, AIF

The Battle of Magdhaba

The Battle of Magdhaba, Sinai, December 23, 1916, Roll of Honour, Australia and New Zealand

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: The Battle of Magdhaba, Sinai, December 23, 1916, RHA HQ, Anzac MD, AIF, War Diary Account

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Sunday, 22 November 2009 1:00 PM EAST
Wednesday, 24 September 2008
Report by 1st Light Horse Field Ambulance, 17 May 1916
Topic: AIF - DMC - Anzac MD

Report by 1st Light Horse Field Ambulance, 17 May 1916


 

 
Report by 1st Light Horse Field Ambulance, 17 May 1916
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Posted by Project Leader at 1:01 AM EADT
Updated: Tuesday, 23 September 2008 6:56 PM EADT
Tuesday, 23 September 2008
Movement Order for the NZMRB to occupy Oghratina, 17 May 1916
Topic: AIF - DMC - Anzac MD

Movement Order for the New Zealand Mounted Rifle Brigade to occupy Oghratina, 17 May 1916


 

 
Movement Order for the New Zealand Mounted Rifle Brigade to occupy Oghratina, 17 May 1916
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Posted by Project Leader at 6:41 PM EADT
Updated: Tuesday, 23 September 2008 6:47 PM EADT

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